Phialdelphia-based Delancey Street Capital said Tuesday it bought the Sail Cloth Factory apartments near the University of Maryland for $12.9 million last month, the firm's fourth acquisition in the area.
Eighteen months after Gov. Martin O'Malley heralded a deal to help clean up the Chesapeake Bay by generating electricity from poultry waste, the company chosen to build the manure-fueled power plant on the Eastern Shore has yet to land a site or apply for permits.
Calvert Cliffs nuclear power plant in Lusby powered down one of its two generating units Thursday night after a leak was discovered in the coolant system keeping the pressurized water reactor from overheating, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission said Friday.
Beretta USA, the American arm of an iconic Italian gun maker, said Tuesday that it would move all of its U.S. manufacturing activities from Prince George's County to Tennessee because of the gun control law the Maryland General Assembly passed in 2013.
Ladew Gardens will soon be opening a new butterfly house. The first of its kind in the region, the butterfly house will showcase native plants as well as the native butterflies and caterpillars that depend on them for food and shelter, according to Ladew officials. Ladew Gardens Opens New Butterfly House
Maryland hasn't had a new power plant of any significance built in over a decade — one reason it imports more electricity than almost any other state, racking up extra charges for consumers. But now new plants are coming.
A planned power plant in Fairfield that environmental groups and local schoolchildren have protested faces millions of dollars in fines and has been ordered to halt construction because organizers didn't buy enough emissions credits to offset air pollution the facility will create, according to state officials.
A group of Baltimore youths are calling on the school board to pull out of its agreement to purchase energy from a planned incinerator that will burn waste within a mile of two schools in one of the most polluted neighborhoods of the city.
A proposed natural gas liquefaction and export facility in Southern Maryland poses no significant risks to people or the environment, federal energy regulators declared Thursday, though they called for dozens of additional steps to minimize risks from the controversial project.
Nine workers were hospitalized Monday after the roof gave way on a building at the former steel mill in Sparrows Point, disrupting work on the lengthy dismantling of the Baltimore County industrial complex.
A malfunction at the Calvert Cliffs Nuclear Power Plant Thursday morning caused an automatic shutdown of one of the two reactors there, the latest in a series of issues at the Southern Maryland facility.
Harford County's Emergency Operations Center a few miles north of Bel Air was packed Tuesday, as county, state and municipal emergency officials responded to an attack on the Peach Bottom Atomic Power Station in nearby Delta, Pa.
The J.M. Smucker Company has purchased a 175,000-square-foot warehouse next to its manufacturing plant in Havre de Grace for $3 million, according to MacKenzie Commercial Real Estate Services, LLC, which brokered the transaction.
The Maryland Public Service Commission (PSC) currently has an opportunity to ensure that Maryland consumers are not on the hook to pay for hundreds of millions of dollars in subsidized electricity that will be generated at Competitive Power Ventures' (CPV) St. Charles facility. The PSC should act in the best interest of Maryland consumers and repeal the subsidies.
Tamarian Carpets has come a long way from 1994 when founder Steve Cibor loaded a few samples of Tibetan rugs in his Ford Explorer and drove for days along the East Coast trying to convince retailers to sell the high-end, hand-woven pieces
Not only should the proposed incinerator in Curtis Bay not be built so close to Benjamin Franklin High School, it should not be built at all. Calling it a trash-burning "power plant" doesn't make it safe or change the fact that it incinerates dangerous industrial waste.
Members of the Homeland Garden Club will be doing their annual decorating of Johns Hopkins University's Homewood House and Museum for the holidays on Thursday morning. We profile them and tell the public about what's happening at Homewood and Evergreen houses during the holiday season.